But nine men have also won singles Grand Slams since Wimbledon 2003

Named: The 10 men who have won major tennis singles titles since Wimbledon 2003

With the Wimbledon finals coming up this weekend, JPI Media sports team reveals the 10 male players who have won major singles titles since Swiss legend Roger Federer landed his first Wimbledon way back in 2003.

Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are the four obvious names who've done it - but can you name the other six?

Since 2003, the Swiss legend (37) has won eight Wimbledons, six Australian Opens, five US Opens and a French Open.

1. Roger Federer: 20 majors

Since 2003, the Swiss legend (37) has won eight Wimbledons, six Australian Opens, five US Opens and a French Open.
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The Spanish clay court phenomenon (33) has won a staggering 12 French Opens as well as three US Opens, two Wimbledons and an Australian Open.

2. Rafael Nadal: 18 majors

The Spanish clay court phenomenon (33) has won a staggering 12 French Opens as well as three US Opens, two Wimbledons and an Australian Open.
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The Serbian great (32) has an incredible tally of seven Australian Opens as well as four Wimbledons, three US Opens and a French Open.

3. Novak Djokovic: 15 majors

The Serbian great (32) has an incredible tally of seven Australian Opens as well as four Wimbledons, three US Opens and a French Open.
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Arguably Scotland's greatest ever sportsman (32) landed Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016 and the US Open in 2012. He has also finished runner-up in five Australian Opens and a French Open.

4. Andy Murray: 3 majors

Arguably Scotland's greatest ever sportsman (32) landed Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016 and the US Open in 2012. He has also finished runner-up in five Australian Opens and a French Open.
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